Seastar Teleflex Baystar Standard Front Mount Helm, 1.4 Cu. In. Hh4314-3 on 2040-parts.com
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Manufacturer Part Number:HH4314-3
New SeaStar Solutions (Teleflex Marine) HH4314-3 BayStar hydraulic front mount helm kit. This is the same helm that comes in the HK4200A-3 BayStar kit. Perfect for replacing your aging or broken BayStar helm without having to buy a whole new steering system. The HH4314-3 has 1.4 cu. in. displacement and mounts via 4 studs. It can accept standard 3/4" tapered steering shaft steering wheels.
Note: The HH4314-3 supersedes and replaces the HH4314, HH4514, and HH4016 BayStar helms. If replacing the HH4016, new holes must be drilled as this utilizes four mounting studs and not three.
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